Differences in student satisfaction in online learning and remote teaching courses during the Covid-19 adaptation stage
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ABSTRACT The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly changed the way engineering courses are taught worldwide. Consequently, universities have developed strategies that involve social isolation, thus modifying their operations during this period to transform to non-classroom courses. Two types of courses have been developed due to the need to embrace these methods quickly: the Online Learning (OL) course, which was created before the pandemic began, and Remote Teaching (RT) courses, created during this period. This research measures differences in the levels of academic acceptance and recommendations among students regarding both types of non-classroom courses. We evaluated 477 OL classes and 1,597 RT classes conducted in the School of Engineering at Universidad Privada del Norte-Peru. Results show significant differences (p <; 0.05) in satisfaction between both types of courses. Our analysis shows that RT courses have a higher level of acceptance among students.Mostrar más
Oblitas, J. & Jorge, J. (2021). Differences in student satisfaction in online learning and remote teaching courses during the Covid-19 adaptation stage. IEEE World Engineering Education Conference. https://doi.org/10.1109/EDUNINE51952.2021.9429148
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